Jermaine Browne is a choreographer, artistic director, movement coach, teacher, and model known for gracefully blending dance styles and powerful movement with emotionally driven sensuality. His signature style has paved the way for a career that spans the worlds of live performance, reality television, commercials, music, fashion, and athletics. Career highlights include The Voice and The Voice Kids in the Middle East, creative directing for EGOT Winner Jennifer Hudson, serving as the movement coach on America’s Next Top Model, and completing 10 years as the choreographer for The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
Jermaine’s recent credits include being the Art Director & Choreographer of the Middle East’s version of Little Big Shots (Little Big Stars), and choreographing an immersive production based on the Greek God Persephone for Virgin Cruises.
In the music industry, Jermaine burst onto the scene as Christina Aguilera’s choreographer for “Genie in a Bottle.” Other early career credits include Jennifer Lopez’s “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” (Assistant Choreographer), and the 2005 European MTV Music Awards. Jermaine’s early experience paved the way for him to create television performances for top artists such as Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Justin Timberlake, and Selena Gomez. Jermaine was also the choreographer for Leona Lewis’ Brit Awards performance and her highly acclaimed UK Labyrinth Tour.
In the fashion realm, Jermaine’s style has captured the attention of designers Carolina Herrera, Rachel Roy, Marc Bouwer, Prada, Tom Ford, Nike, Adidas, Intimissimi, and Ralph Lauren, among others. Jermaine’s collaboration with Rachel Roy, on the film “Move,” won Best Film at the La Jolla Fashion Film Awards. Additional fashion world collaborations include work with designer Dominic Louis to develop a 15-piece capsule collection inspired by dance.
Jermaine’s skill set translates to working with dancers and non-dancers alike. His expertise as a celebrity movement coach has resulted in work with Emily Blunt, Kate Hudson, and rock icon Mick Jagger. In the commercial space, Jermaine’s clients include Visa, Gap, Nike, Automobile Dacia, DirecTV, Sainsbury & Tu Clothing, and Toyota.
In the athletic sphere, Browne’s unique vision has led to collaborations on the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions with Olympian Gabby Douglas, and choreographing performances for Olympic figure skating medalists Daisuke Takahashi from Japan and Tatiana Totmianina + Maxim Marinin from Russia.
As a creator of distinction, there is no limit to Jermaine Browne’s ingenuity as he continues to push himself and his clients to new artistic heights.